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Jul 4th, 2012 06:14 PM
form
Re: 21 year old freshmen club

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Originally Posted by gouci View Post
As for the 7 Long Beach St. players we know about for 2012-13, they are 100% foreign so they don't celebrate July 4th.

Same ol'hang ups... new year




10sE.... have a great day. St. Patrick's Day is not celebrated in Irvine. But it certainly is in the Long Beach/Seal Beach area!
Jul 4th, 2012 06:34 AM
10sE
Re: 21 year old freshmen club

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Originally Posted by gouci View Post
As for the 7 Long Beach St. players we know about for 2012-13, they are 100% foreign so they don't celebrate July 4th.
Americans have no more exclusive rights to celebrate the 4th of July than Irish do St. Patrick's Day?
Jul 4th, 2012 01:06 AM
gouci
Re: 21 year old freshmen club

Nice catch 10sE. Tennisrecruiting.net listed Ann-Sophie Porry as a recent graduate from the high school class of 2012.


Form have a HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!

As for the 7 Long Beach St. players we know about for 2012-13, they are 100% foreign so they don't celebrate July 4th.
Jul 3rd, 2012 10:45 PM
form
Re: 21 year old freshmen club

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Originally Posted by 10sE View Post
Porry is a junior college transfer, so I don't think she will be a freshman.
Same ol'hang ups... new year

Jul 3rd, 2012 07:01 PM
10sE
Re: 21 year old freshmen club

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Originally Posted by gouci View Post
7/3/12

Ann-Sophie Porry of Central Florida joins the club. She turns 21 January 2013 of her freshman year.
Porry is a junior college transfer, so I don't think she will be a freshman.
Jul 3rd, 2012 05:05 PM
gouci
Re: 21 year old freshmen club

7/3/12

Johanna Hyoty of Boston joins the club. She turns 21 February 2013 of her freshman year.

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May 24th, 2012 01:42 PM
gouci
Re: 17 year old freshmen club

5/24/12

- Victoria Parshikova of North Texas joins the club. She turns 18 May 2013 at the end of her freshman year.

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Apr 10th, 2012 07:38 PM
gouci
Re: 17 year old freshmen club

4/10/12

- Jesse Grace of Tennessee joins the club. She turned 17 December 2011 prior to her freshman year.

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Apr 2nd, 2012 10:36 PM
2nd_serve
Re: 16 year old freshmen club

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Originally Posted by 10sE View Post
There are some countries like Russia and Ukraine as well as certain South American countries where it is normal to graduate from high school at 16 to 17 and now with the prevalence of home schooling all around the world, I think we're going to see a lot more of this.

As far as the 21 y/o freshmen, I think that's going to become a lot more unusual now with the 6 month rule. Even 20 y/o freshmen should become very unusual.
Do you think more European players will go to US colleges at the age of 18 & 19?
Apr 2nd, 2012 03:20 PM
10sE
Re: 16 year old freshmen club

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Originally Posted by gouci View Post
3/31/12

- Julyette Steur of Colorado joins the club. She turned 16 July 2011 prior to her freshman year.

- Steur is just the third 16 year old freshman I've uncovered.

- Amazingly the number of 21 year old or older freshmen and 17 year old or younger freshmen are equally balanced, both counts at 60 each.
There are some countries like Russia and Ukraine as well as certain South American countries where it is normal to graduate from high school at 16 to 17 and now with the prevalence of home schooling all around the world, I think we're going to see a lot more of this.

As far as the 21 y/o freshmen, I think that's going to become a lot more unusual now with the 6 month rule. Even 20 y/o freshmen should become very unusual.
Mar 31st, 2012 07:49 PM
gouci
Re: 16 year old freshmen club

3/31/12

- Julyette Steur of Colorado joins the club. She turned 16 July 2011 prior to her freshman year.

- Steur is just the third 16 year old freshman I've uncovered.

- Amazingly the number of 21 year old or older freshmen and 17 year old or younger freshmen are equally balanced, both counts at 60 each.
Feb 9th, 2012 07:02 AM
gouci
Re: 17 year old freshmen club

2/8/12

- Naomi Tran of Mississippi State joins the club. She turns 18 June 2012 at the end of her freshman year.

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Feb 1st, 2012 08:19 PM
gouci
Re: 21 year old freshmen club

2/1/12

- Ayaka Terashi of Ball State joins the club. She turns 21 May 2013 at the end of her freshman year.

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Dec 21st, 2011 02:52 PM
gouci
Re: 17 year old freshmen club

12/21/11

- Catherine Parenteau of Arkansas joins the club. She turned 17 August 2011 prior to her freshman year.

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Dec 21st, 2011 06:33 AM
gouci
Re: 21 year old freshmen club

12/20/11

- Erika Januskova of Fresno Pacific (NAIA) joins the club. She turned 21 September 2009 of her redshirt freshman year.

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